Conklin Farmhouse Museum
When you visit this National Register property, occupied by the Conklin family for over one-hundred and fifty years, you will see the original rooms of the house constructed c. 1750. You will also see the area where Sybel Conklin and her children lived and worked while her husband, David, was held prisoner by the British in 1777.
Located at 2 High Street, at the corner of Route NYS 110, the Conklin House is open to the public from 1 pm to 4 pm Thursday, Friday and Sunday. It is closed on holidays. Please call the office (427-7045, Ext. 401) to confirm docent availability. A donation is requested for each tour. Group tours can be arranged by special appointment.